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“For decades, leftists have claimed that the French economy's low rate of growth and high rate of unemployment are caused by "ultra-liberal" economic policies.”
“But because Mr. Sarkozy is considered a politician from the right, and his policy will necessarily fail, people will continue to say that the poor performances of France are a proof of the failure of "ultra-liberal" policies.”
“I'm proud of my time at UM Law and wish it nothing but the best but I seriously doubt she will reach her potential with the current, small-minded group of ultra-liberal faculty that sit on these decision-making committees.”
“The writers at the ultra-liberal Slate magazine are beside themselves that an organization like the Gun Owners of America was able to move the Senate to include protections for gun owners.”
“When you get right down to it, the caricature of 'ultra-liberal Obama' really only existed in the imaginations of his Republican adversaries, most of whom didn't really believe it either.”
“If Obama's cooperation with this ultra-liberal is so pivotal, then our country is in real trouble.”
“Both will likely be re-elected due to their ultra-liberal districts even though 85 percent of the American people utterly disapprove of them!”
“He was Oscar-nominated as the southern redneck chained to fellow-convict Sidney Poitier in the ultra-liberal, anti-racist The Defiant Ones, played the titled hero of The Vikings, one of the greatest costume action movies, and held his own opposite Kirk Douglas and Laurence Olivier (with whom he shared a scene of memorable gay banter) in Spartacus.”
“If anyone thinks that an ultra-liberal MoveOn type Democrat could get elected in North Carolina, Louisiana or Nebraska, they're delusional and know nothing about politics.”
“Ohio is finally wising up to the fact we elected an experienced and ultra-liberal Senator trained in Chicago politics.”
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